How practical is the new Volt Metro LS electric folding bike while cruising? Laura Hodgetts puts it to the test to see if it is worth keeping onboard
Modern marine diesel engines may look very similar to the large, noisy, oily chunks of iron of yesteryear, but a lot has changed under the bonnet, says Sam Fortescue
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Boatyard Book by Simon Jollands: "Although his advice is to ‘Know your limitations’; his personal approach is determinedly DIY."
"This is a book with the wow! factor." Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses The Sea Is Not Made of Water by Adam Nicolson
A new accreditation scheme has been launched to help sailors identify clubs, training centres and marine businesses which are cutting their use of single use plastic
Explore 10 literary locations in the UK and Ireland and discover the anchorages, harbours, islands and coastal towns which inspired writers to put pen to paper
A voluntary no anchor zone will be introduced at Studland Bay in Dorset from December 2021 before it is extended in June 2022
The continuing staycation boom and increase in boat sales in the UK have contributed towards making the 2021 Southampton Boat Show a success, says organisers
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Lisa Woollett’s Sea Journal, which tells the story of a year’s coastal photography, based on a lifetime’s observations.
Julia Jones, Yachting Monthly's literary reviewer discusses Life on Board Medway Queen, a treat for social history enthusiasts